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Overseas study - Exchange and summer schools

Are you enjoying your studies at Hope and life in Liverpool, but want something more? Would you like the opportunity to spend some time in another country as part of your University experience?

The Global Centre can help you travel around the world. These pages will explain how you can spend a semester or full academic year at a partner University as part of our Outgoing Exchange programme.

Student Exchange

Studying overseas as part of your degree gives you a once in a lifetime opportunity. It's a great way to make new friends and create memories that will last a lifetime.

Who can go on an Outgoing Exchange Programme?
You will be able to take part in the Outgoing Exchange Programme in your second year of study, providing it will not hinder your studies. Visit our who can go page for the criteria needed.

Where can I go?
We have partnerships with universities across the globe, from Europe to Hong Kong. Visit our where can I go page for a full list of partner universities.

A big advantage of taking part in our Outgoing Exchange programme is that you won't need to pay any additional tuition fees. You'll still need to pay accommodation and living costs, but there are grants available to help with this. Visit our costs page for further details.

How to apply
So you like the sound of the Outgoing Exchange programme? Visit our how to apply page for details about the application process.

Be prepared
To make sure you have all the information you need before you travel, visit our be prepared page.

Got a question? Visit our FAQs page to find the answers to the most commonly asked questions.

Overseas Summer Schools

Each year there are a number of opportunities for Liverpool Hope students to study overseas for a short period in the summer - this could be from one to six weeks. The range of opportunities varies from year to year, but typically, you would stay at or near the campus of one of our international partner universities, studying a generic, or specific-subject programme, while enjoying the food, history and culture of a different country (not to mention lovely weather!).

Please note that any credits earned during these programmes do not transfer back to your Liverpool Hope degree, but the experience is a great addition to your CV and can be a life-changing experience (in a good way!).

All costs must be met by the student, but Turing funding may be available to help you with the cost of the programme and in certain cases, with travel costs.

For further information about what is available for Summer 2024, contact the Global Student and Partnership Centre at